Build is verified!

Ian Molton spyro at
Thu Mar 20 18:05:53 PST 2003

On Thu, 20 Mar 2003 17:04:32 -0600
"DJ Lucas" <dj_me at> wrote:

> Okay...which distro's provide us with a broken compiler?

God knows. I havent built from a non-lfs host in AGES.

> As a group,
> I'm thinking that it would not be too difficult to test this, given a
> good test suite or some binaries to diff agianst from similar/same
> arch targets.

I suspect it'd be a waste of time for the most part anyhow :)
> > And I *asked* what the benefit is.
> In a nutshell:
> 1.  No need to use the "brute force" method (completely rebuild ch6)
> to obtain a "clean" system.
> 2.  No second (and third in the above case) gcc (and other software)
> build necessary.

So, pure LFS doesnt increase purity. it speeds up building and provides
a framework to validate the GCC is self consistent (hopefully but not
100% certainly).

now, DONT MISUNDERSTAND ME. I think that the test framework is

the faster build procedure I could take or leave. at least the 'slow
way' is well proven...

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